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- The Oxford History of the Laws of England: Volume I: The Canon Law and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction from 597 to the 1640s425,99 €
- Law, Liberty, and Parliament: Selected Essays on the Writings of Sir Edward Coke25,99 €
- The Private Trustee in Victorian England110,99 €
- The Oxford Handbook of the New Private Law164,99 €
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The leading case of The Mayor, Alderman and Burgesses of the Borough of Bradford v Pickles was the first to establish that it is not unlawful for a property owner to exercise his or her property rights maliciously and to the detriment of others or the public interest. Though controversial at the time, today it is often invisible and taken for granted. This book explores why the common law, in contrast to civil law systems, developed in this way.